Her parents didn’t know we were going out and she didn’t want to tell them because they wouldn’t accept that we were going out. I had to talk to her as friends but nothing else. Sometimes it was easy others I was tempted to give her a hug. The next week had began, I would actually like school more because it was only then when I could hug
Nona Marie Hohnsbehn (Furlow) was born 05/22/1954 to Elmer Lee Furlow and Emma Maxine Furlow (Gossett) at Wood River Hospital, Wood River, IL. Her parents both are still living and have been married for 64 years. They live in Meadowbrook, IL. Nona states she loves her parents very much. She see them at least every two weeks, but tries to see them more often.
I decided changing my school as I thought that would be the only solution. It was my first day in the new school and it also was my first day in the middle school. I was so excited and nervous. I was afraid of meeting new people and living in a new environment. The waited day came, yes it’s my first day in my new school.
Seeing my two closest friends crying over me broke my heart. I did not know what I was going to do without them. The school bell rang, and they walked me out. We said our goodbyes as we hugged, and then turned our own ways. I never thought
I couldn’t stop thinking about what happens if I would have gotten lost or having to meet all the new people that would be coming to lincoln from all the other elementary 's. “What happens if go to the wrong class? What happens if the new students aren’t as nice?” I would always ask my mom. She would say back to me, “Everything is going to be okay. You will make new friends and have a fun time at your new school.” The first day of fifth grade came around and there were a million butterflies in my stomach.
When I look back and the special moments that have shaped my life this is the first one that always come first especially when I walk in to Apple Valley Middle School gym. Just thinking about that gym makes me go right back being a scared and nervous seventh grade girl, and
I feel like switching schools was one of the hardest things ever. When I was in the 8th grade I got in a lot of trouble with some friends. So my parents thought it would be okay to switch me schools. I walked in the the office as soon as got in there there was a lady in my face saying “welcome to the mountie nation” she gave me my schedule and had a student from my first hour come show me around to my locker and as i was waiting for her to come down these people from the office we asking me a lot of questions like do you play sports,why did you switch schools? It was all overwhelming but when i seen the girl from my class walk in the office she gave me a hug it was my
First Extended Stay Away From Home Going out of town and extending stay could get so stressful but I could always turn the situation into one memorable and awesome experience. Last spring on the month of March, as my boyfriend is on his last 2 weeks vacation before his deployment he invited me to go home to Pennsylvania for me to meet his family. When he popped up the question I got really excited, to the point when we were already planning on what will the activities we would do while we are in his hometown. I totally forgot on how my parents are conservative and strict. So when I thought of how do I ask my parents permission since it will be my first out of town ever, that is when I lost all the words I could tell dad to open the topic.
“ The tall, oldish woman spoke. She called out names and stopped in between them to look around for her kids. I never got chosen into her class, but Antonella did. We both waved goodbye, and told each other good luck. The rest of us kids went over to the tall oldish mans’ class.